For almost half of our nearly forty years the Alliance has been leading efforts to create sustainable communities. During the last three years we’ve focused on Resilient Cities and Communities (RCC). RCC has grown to the point we are excited to announce the launch of RCC as a separate new nonprofit with leadership from the 50 cities we’ve been working with and our former Executive Director Sean Gosiewski and Board Chair Jennifer Munt.
In our “re-visioning,” the Alliance has recognized the urgent need to dramatically scale sustainability and bring fundamental systems change in everything from equity, education, and the economy to the environment, health and democracy. Consequently, we are returning to our roots and setting a bold, new course of co-creating a holistic view of sustainability. Gandhi said we need to be the change we want to see in the world through our personal behavior and actions. We believe we must also grow and collaborate to build a diverse, inclusive and powerful alliance of more than one million individuals and groups that can address key strategic tipping points in all institutions and policy. You can read our Greenprint for Sustainability, Health, Equity, and Kindness to see our full vision and plan for the future.
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In our Campaign for Sustainability, Health, Equity and Kindness (aka, SHE Kindness) we collaborate on efforts to support personal transformation, policy shifts and fundamental systems change. We will educate, engage and inspire one million people and groups to take action on everything from lifestyle and consumption choices to campaigns and policy changes.
The Declaration of Co-Creation and Interdependence is our attempt to share our desired way of being and acting in the challenging new world we are experiencing. It is also our commitment to you, our partners and the planet about how we seek to respond. We hope you will join us and sign.
From webinars and workshops to major corporations and small businesses, to presentations and consultations to schools and organizations, the Alliance works to share our knowledge and commitment to Sustainability, Health, Equity, and Kindness to communities across the country.
The Alliance for Sustainability began work on Resilient Cities and Communities three years ago. RCC has grown to the point we are excited to announce the launch of RCC as a separate new nonprofit with leadership from the 50 cities we’ve been working with. Learn more about our work with RCC.